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Galloup’s Found Link Spruce Moth

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A versatile platform.

hook - Daiichi 1170 #12
thread - Veevus 8/0 tan
abdomen - CdC tan
thorax - Ice Dub tan
underwing - Congo Hair shiner tan
wing - deer hair bleached

Regards,
Scott

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Hi a lovely north country spider nicely proportioned and slimly dressed just like spiders should be less is more a good fishing fly

Kind regards Steve😉

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Two tough acts to follow, LOL

Brassies in olive 14 - 16 - 18

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Micro Game Changer
2-Tone
Still experimenting with technique.

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Kimo

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Like Elon Musk is still experimenting with landing rocket boosters on tug boats.  I think you've got it, even if YOU think you still have some improvements to do.

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1 hour ago, mikechell said:

Like Elon Musk is still experimenting with landing rocket boosters on tug boats.  I think you've got it, even if YOU think you still have some improvements to do.

I would agree except I'm trying to make it easier to tie as well as cut the materials to tie it.

Kimo

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Micro Game Changer 03
Cut the amount of material used by half
and an easier method for tying.
Just another tool in the tool box.

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Kimo

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Some of the bugs I'm tying for a grayling overnighter this weekend.

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None of these are known patterns, they're all from stuff found on the tying bench. Grayling aren't all that particular up here, these will all be munched up pretty well.

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1 hour ago, Mark Knapp said:

Some of the bugs I'm tying for a grayling overnighter this weekend.

 

These are all no known pattern, all from stuff found on the tying bench. Grayling aren't all that particular up here, these will all be munched up pretty well.

Those two middle ones are really buggy. I bet they will catch more than grayling.

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I actually tied these 2 days ago.  I can’t remember if I posted them here or not already.  Well in the June flies post. Anyway,  I like these a lot.  

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